Dharam Sankat Mein

Synopsis: Mr Dharam at the age of 55 figures out that he was adopted by a Hindu family after his Muslim father left him.He then tries to Meet his father who is in Critical Condition but the Imam says him to Become a Muslim for that. What Follows Next Are a bunch of comical events
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Fuwad Khan
Production: Praneeth Media
129 min


What is happen to this city?

Ashes here, smoke there.

Why are you so silent?

Why have smoke forced

down your throat?

Now it's the limit of endurance.

Let's bring this

reckless act to an end.

Smoking is banned

in all public places.

Violation will lead to penalty.

Don't smoke.

No let anyone do.

Smoking will cost you.

Who doesn't want to be happy?

But at what price?

Smoking will cost you.

Smoking can cost you your health.

And for your dear ones.

Smoking will cost you.

Oh, God! You are omniscient.

You know what everyone desires.

Then, why must the people

you created shout out to You?

To remind people like you who've

strayed to return to the path.

Here, get sober now.

What's this? Unsweetened

lime juice early in the morning?

Why don't you get me something

sweet, sugar?

Just forget about it

and take this.

You have to go to the

Ashram with Amit. Hurry!

This is such a pain!

Why should I hover around

the ashram since he is devoted?

I asked the maid to come early

today, but she's not here either!

Antara is still out jogging.

If I have to get all of you

to the same place on time...

...it is mission impossible!

You're supposed to be a Jain caterer,

but all your behaviour is Non veg.

It makes me so crazy!

Please don't put on that song


We must go to the Ashram with Amit.

Let's kick start the

day on a good note.

This is just what I need.

Please hurry up! Come on.

- Yes.

I'll be there.

"Carefree and willful."

"Carefree and willful."

"Put on a fancy turban."

"With the drum beat playing."

"Put on a fancy turban."

"With the drum beat playing."

"Come on the stage

and play the music."

"Keep staring at me."

"Why do you stare

when I dance?"

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Hey, girl!"

"When you dance,

with your long hair...

...I dance well too and

drive the girls crazy."

"My habit of living in style

is now the hot trend."

"Everyone is dancing

to my beat."

"Let's dance..."

"Let's dance to my beat."

Mom! Where's my kuna?

Your kuna? It was filthy.

It's in the wash.

"Keep moving to the beat."

"lam going to sing your hit song."

"Keep moving to the beat."

"lam going to sing your hit song."

"I'll make the boy

dance with me."

"I'll be the life of the party."

"Come on, let's move

to the beat."

"You bring me such joy."

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Why do you stare when I dance?"

"Hey girl!"

"Carefree and willful."

"Carefree and willful."

I need chutney with the dhoklas.

Get some, please?

Forget about the chutney.

Drink this juice.

You'll get acidity.

- Acidity, it seems.

Dad, don't change the topic!

Shraddha is a sweet girl.

She may be, I don't deny that.

Listen, I'm willing to accept her

as my daughter-in-law.

But, she has to accept me

the way I am. That's it.

It's not Shraddha,

her dad is the problem here.

Are you going to marry her dad?

His dad-in-law is in the temple

all day long, tolling the bell.

I didn't ask you to stay

in the temple all day long.

He should just get the feeling

we are somewhat religious.

Somewhat religious?

Your dad-in-law is eternally

the feet of that holy man.

I can't do that, okay?

Why don't you pick another girl?

Some friend of hers, maybe?

Set him up!

Come on, dad'.

- Am.

Come fast. Bus has arrived.

These people should not be

allowed to stay in one's society.

He's rented the house and

staked claim on the entire street.


- Dad I'll go and see.

Kick his darn car!

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